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flown by u.s. pilots. >> greta: steve, thank you. >> former secretary of defense rumsfeld goes on the record. secretary nice to see you. >> thank you. >> greta: today on your twitter account says there is a reason qadhafi isn't contemplating using a nuclear weapon, he saw what happened to saddam. >> it is a little known story. the truth is qadhafi and the libyans, for years had been developing nuclear weapons. and at some moment, after the major combat operations and after saddam was captured. when he was pull out of the spider hole, apparently, qadhafi went to some westerners and said i did not want to be the next saddam hussein. and indicated that he did have a nuclear program. indicated that he was willing to give up his nuclear program. and in fact, invited inspectors in and people to help dismantle the activities that he untaken to develop a nuclear weapon. >> greta: was he talking to berlusconi? >> i've not verified that, but apparently. >> greta: that struck me. when you talk about qadhafi and libya. that he was so close to berlusconi that struck me aspect . >> no there'
obama says the u.s. is actually ratcheting down involvement in libya but, still, no plans for dealing with muammar qaddafi. >> wake up. air traffic controller falls asleep on the job. if you have not heard putting lives at risk but instead of fixing that problem the f.a.a. changes the rules and another bureaucratic coverup? we report. you decide. >>clayton: and an idea to cut the deficit. tax how far you drive. a government official thinks that should be used against you. like a little old lady would not be taxed as much as briggs. could a mileage tax be on the way? muammar qaddafi -- >>dave: i am a train guy! >> it's "fox and friends" right now. >>dave: everyone, good saturday morning, heather is here this morning with us. >> great to have you. >> >>clayton: we need a vat of coffee for heather. >>dave: this is the one person on the planet and this is late for her because she usually anchors at 4:30 in the morning, so this is sleeping in. sleeping in. >>clayton: and now, the news we are following overnight because if violence continuing to rip through the muslim world, and a number of
the no-fly zone to nato but there are could be. u.s. covert action could be heading libya's way. john bolton is here to tell you about a secret document the president has signed. things are growing more unstake. libyan's foreign minister flees for england. why is the foreign minister running for cover in england? he says he quit, but he's not going quietly. >> to the bizarre, gadhafi has hired a former nicaragua want foreign minister -- to represent him at the united nations. strange? in the midst of this chaos and uncertainy the cost of war in libya is sigh rocketing. the pentagon saying -- is skyrocketing. the pentagon saying it has already cost american taxpayers 550 million dollars. that number is growing. and growing. and growing. former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. john bolton joins us. good evening. >> good evening. >> greta: tell me about this document that the president has signed? there's been much discussion it is a secret document what is the significance? >> it is always good to know when the president signs a finding for a covert operation we learn about it quickly the ra
on to fukushima's number 3 and 4 reactors. this is not good news. it means nothing else is working. the u.s. nuclear watchdog is saying get out because it is getting worse. japan is consumed with enormous uncertainty. is there going to be a met down? nothing is looking encouraging. the u.s. and japan are with each other how close we are to a meltdown. u.s. nuclear agency is urging americans to stay 50 miles from the fukushima nuclear power plant. at home, the president is under attack by some for what he was doing today. unveiling his march madness draft picks. more on that later. first, extremely high. u.s. nuclear regulatory commission warning of extremely high radiation levels. so bad that right now u.s. forces have been directed not to go near fukushima. americans have been told to keep 50 miles away. that's more than double than what the japanese had been warned. the eu energy commissioner says practically everything is out of control. will this crisis be contained? no one knows. we know there is white smoke bursting out of fukushima and it is unexplained. and the u.s. says the water
are continuing the massive water drop open the reactors as the u.s. military is on stand by. the latest ahead. >> and good morning, americans. today the government will borrow $5 billion. and the fix day what this means to you, straight ahead. you are watching "fox and friends" beginning right now. thank you for joining us. we have breaking news because a plane has been shot down over libya and we are live in benghazi with the latest. what do we know? >> good morning. benghazi is under attack from deaf's army. there are taverns in the city of benghazi, the second largest city with a million resident although many have fled the city. there was incoming fire, possibly from a war ship in the mediterranean. and possibly from above. now, we have to caution viewers we do not know if the plane shot down belonged to the lynnian army or opposition forces. the rebels had a couple of jetss and it is possible us was trying to reach the tanks. we do not know it it is an opposition jet but it was shot down from anti-aircraft guns on the ground as it was headed toward tanks on the overnight side of the city
like. john rundle is a seismologist with u.s. berkeley. john, thank you. 7.9, that is huge. what you can tell us? as far as, you know, the after effects. mainly, that's the tsunamiy that they are looking at now, right. >> reporter: that's a major earthquake. 7.9. these things occur about once every couple, three years on earth so they can do great damage if they are near a populated area, particularly if they occur in a trench and if they are shallow, like this one is near japan. they can cause major tsunamis and destruction. and in fact, it might be larger than that. i having something theor that ss it's an 8.8. but i don't believe that. that's kind of big. that's as big as the chilean earthquake. >> are you looking at these pictures as we are looking at them? judging by the damage, you said you were hearing 8.8 and you don't believe that can be true. can you look at damage and tell by looking at it how strong it might have been? >> reporter: i could if i had the ability to. i am in santa fe, new mexico, i am going to the santa fe institute tomorrow to discuss issues of risk and so
odyssey dawn to nato. the united states a huge part of nato? how much is the u.s. still on the hook? who will issue the orders? john bolton is here to go on the record. now, president obama, a few minutes ago. >> the president: gadhafi declared he would show no mercy to his own people if we waited one more day, benghazi, a city nearly the size of charlotte, could suffer a massacre that would have reverberated across the region and stained the conscience of the world. it was not in our national interests to let that happen. i refused to let that happen. in this particular country, libya, at this particular moment, we were faced with the prospect of violence on a horrific scale. we had a unique ability to stop that violence. international mandate for action. a coalition prepared to join us. the support of arab countries. and a plea for help from the libyan people themselves. moreover, america has an important strategic interest in preventing gadhafi from overrunning those who oppose him. a massacre would have driven thousands of additional refugees across libya's borders. putting enormous
to a steering committee. i don't think has ever been a part of foreign policy military mission in the u.s. before. again, lots of confusion. lots of questions. americans deserving, our congress deserving of knowing what's the game plan. >> greta: what is the role of the military? is the role of the military humanitarian, to protect our country, both? >> the u.n. obviously wants this -- the role to be of our military just a humanitarian effort per the u.n. resolution that america has been part of. that's why we are engaged in enacting the no-fly zone. however, again with gadhafi having the blood of innocent his hands, we have an opportunity to say, okay finally, you are going to be held accountable. you are going to be gone. >> greta: which is beyond the u.n. resolution. >> that's why the president seems to be confused and has confusing messages. first saying gadhafi has gotta go then oops the u.n. isn't going to allow me to say that and he change i had the tune there. our military's role get in strike hard, hit hard not allow gadhafi to be left standing and then get out. >> greta: we can'
the case for this intervention. u.s. interests have to be met if we are going to intervene. u.s. interests can't just mean validating some kind of post american theory of intervention, wherein, we wait for the arab league and the united nations to tell us thumbs up america you can go now and act and get on the -- get in the back of the bus and wait for the french to lead us. that's not inspirational. >> greta: i must confess when i heard reports that gadhafi was saying he would show no mercy to his people and compared them to rats and threatened to go door-to-door, when that was going on, it was so horrible that -- now with 20/20 hindsight, it easy for me to think why is this military action for this humanitarian purpose, when more people are dying in other parts of the world? >> that's a good question. that's the 600 million dollar a day question that is being asked now. because that's the cost incurred by americans as we support the no-fly zone. which of course the no-fly zone the intervention or enactment is turning into more than that. again, disappointing speech. because we didn't get
, japanese, and russians. the general are -- the japanese are very good and i guarantee the u.s. will work with them. >> and that is happening. and the secretary energy has been dispatched or tasked with providing whatever assistance the u.s. can to japan but there are membered reports whether we are sending more coolant over or what, exactly, the u.s. can do. are there reports in japan? >> they are saying the united states is helping. they will not tell you what is going on because there are elements that would love to get their hands on what we will use whatever that is. so the operations around the nuclear industry are secretive for so many reasons. they are reporting the u.s. is helping in that realm and the search-and-rescue recommend but we cannot get this, search and recuse cannot get there. and the navy cannot get there but they are there but the navy can sail out and around potential fallout and go to the north part of the island where driving and flying is more difficult. >> and the country relies on high-speed rail more than any or countries tens of millions travel by their high
another out of the u.s. government in terms of the level of danger. so much information is not getting out it is frustrating. are there any good signs, any positive signs they are getting ahead of this? >> shepard: there are a few positive signs if you believe what they are saying. if they are able to attach this power cable and get power in that would be a step in the right direction without question. there are those suggesting this is something they should have been working on from the beginning. they had a lot to deal with including hundreds of thousands who don't have anywhere to sleep at night. kids and old people who don't have anything to eat and they need medicine and transportation and all the rest that should make things very difficult. as far as competing bits of information that come out during times of tragedy, i'm sad to report, i've been around a lot of tragedy in this job some of the most recent ones, new orleans one group says the help is4sri ther, you are on your way out that wind the truth. one group says you will have power, water and food and they didn't. i'm not equat
in libya for humanitarian purposes. and you talk about mexico and 34,000, even our own u.s. ambassador resigned saturday. there wasn't much attention because it was in the mit of the bombing in libya. because he had been critical of president calderon. we have a war next door that is visiting immediate harm to the united states. i'm not suggesting we shouldn't take care of other humanitarian issues in our lives. but that's right next door. >> jon kyl and i have a plan which we know if implemented would get our borders secured. then we must move on to the next pressing issue, which is comprehensive immigration reform. we can do it. we can secure our border with sufficient personnel, fences and surveillance capability. this administration has chosen not to. by the way, they have made some improvements. but it has not kept up with the escalation of violence and the sophistication of the drug smugglers. there are between 75 and 100 smuggler employees on mountains in the southern part of our state that guiding the smugglers as they bring the drugs across the border up into phoenix, arizona
coming out some from u.s. intelligence sources about gadhafi's inner circle. there are cracks in it. it is weakening. perhaps gadhafi may be looking for a way to go into exile to a nation such as venezuela. all that may be true. it may be spin. what we are hearing publicly from gadhafi is that he intends to fight. continue to fight. he is with his people. so far, his forces have held strong in the city of sirte. the big question remains is, what is going to happen with these coalition airstrikes? how hard will they continue in areas where gadhafi does have popular support? it is going to be tougher to justify coalition airstrikes in the city of sirte where gadhafi does have popular support than outside of benghazi where there's a real threat of civilian slaughter. that same argument is going to be tougher to make the closer these rebels get to tripoli. and the rebels themselves have not proven they can take a city without those airstrikes. >> greta: is there information about the president saying there is nothing going to be no regime change that is not what the u.s. is looking for
, republicans won the governorship, assembly, state senate and u.s. senate seat. the president wants to win some of these voters back. alienating them is not at top of his list. >> greta: he doesn't want to get involved but slips and says it is an assault on yoons. he's trying to have it both ways. i don't blame him. i'm saying he's getting caught. >> he's been a union supporter all his life. the secretary of labor comes from a union family. she gave a speech to the dnc over the weekend, it was very pro-labor in this specific wisconsin context. talk about our brothers and sisters in the public employee unions on the line in wisconsin. there's no doubt where the administration stands right now. it is just something the president doesn't want to be out in from of. >> greta: byron, thank you. >> the three ring circus surrounding actor charlie sheen's life. a new shocking video and more shocking what sheen is promising do next. >> arizona governor brewer was at the white house. why? the governor will tell you in just a minute. how's it going ithere, hon? um, almost ready. [ car alarm blaring ] [ bla
everything they can. and the u.s. military is coming in to aid and now we are hearing that japan is sending in 50,000 troops of their own and the u.n. offering their help and resources as well. they will need all the help they can get as this continues because there is a lot of people in need of rescue and a lot of people unaccounted for. and those numbers of dead and injured are going to rise. >> the latest now, at 10:00 p.m. west toast time in the u.s. is that there is a nuclear power plant that, quote, may be experiencing a meltdown, according to a japanese news agency, quoting officials on the ground there. another powerful aftershock, 6.8, hitting japan, right near the site of the first earthquake, the original one, just within the last couple of hours as the country launches a massive military-like operation, search-and-rescue and recovery operation underway in japan. stay with fox newschannel for the latest on the earthquake and tsunami. now, back to "on the record," which is already in progress. that's why i'm calling on skype. i cannot be in contact with any of my friends in tokyo.
capital, specifically israel today the u.s. refuses to recognize the capital of israel the only country in the world which affects national security. i think you will find that the group while they are staunch social conservativesl, are also very strong economic and national security conservatives. >> greta: in looking into them what i discovered is in the last election, the midterm election they had contact with 560,000 voters, huge rolodex. i assume politically they are important. plus, another statistic i read is 60% of the caucus those who went to the caucus last time were associated with evangelicals. >> they are very significant. i think they played a significant role in defeating the three iowa supreme court judges who were the first judges ever defeated in iowa in the history of that process. they have a process here you get to vote yes or no on whether to retain them. historically judges only got a 40% no. this time a majority voted no. it looks possible at least three more of the supreme court justices will leave in that sense they probably played a significant role beyond the
sustainable societies. >> greta: as we look at the pictures are wondering would this happen here in the u.s. we have nuclear power plants many in southern california where one of our biggest fears in terms of quakes. are our nuclear power plants, if you know, earthquake-proof? >> well, basically what is being used in japan and the united states are very similar. very similar technology. they are considered to be the best in the world. but again, you can see some ability. think the united states -- you can see some inability. we have similar -- in that, the oregon and washington and california northern california coastline has a similar type of effect and history tells us that similar or even bigger tsunami happened in history. >> greta: doctor, thank you, sir. >> sure, my pleasure. >> greta: a nuclear meltdown in japan. the united states, iaea workers and experts trying to cool down three nuclear reactors. while they scramble, ask yourself, could we be next? live report with a nuclear expert, next. we go back to japan where the death toll is rising. an -- entire villages washed away. there
deere.com/selectsies. >> from america's news headquarters, the no-fly zone, and the pentagon says u.s. planes conducted half the missions attacking libyan air defenses, and ground force. president obama will address the nation on monday about libbia. some have criticized the president for failing to clearly explain u.s. goals and strategy before approving military action. a suspected cop killer turns himself into police after an hours-long standoff. jamie hood had been holding eight people hostage in athens, georgia, when he surrendered. he is accused of shooting two police officers after they tried to question him about a carjacking and kidnapping. one officer died. the other was critically wounded. now back to our special, "free loaders." >> that's what we usually picture when we think of freeloaders. in america today the bigger recipient of handouts corporations. ge is the biggest industrial corporation in the world. here's their ceo with president obama. >> perhaps the ceo who is most cozy with president obama. >> he was recently named the country's job czar. >> i'm so proud and p
power plant. and then from the u.s. perspective, we are the region that evacuated area but we are -- we are not on the evacuated area from the tokyo government. >> greta: do you feel you are getting a straight answer from your government? >> i'm not really sure about this. because government is saying we should not go outside, this is just -- it is not even warning. this is a recommendation, not going outside. but we are -- me and my family are thinking about not going outside at all. not being radiated. >> greta: how are you going to get food? >> i mean we got plenty of food in here. we have about 100-pounds of rice and some preserved food like pickles so we kind of keep eating those. but, i don't know about the neighbors. i can't really say anything about neighbors. i am not sure if they have enough food. >> greta: have you spoken to the neighbors? do the neighbors feel the same way that you do about this. in. >> i think so. because the neighbors at least in my residence area i never seen neighbors going outside at all. i can't talk to them really. >> who o many people do you live wit
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into that one. >> also coming up he shouted allah ak mar before gunning down two u.s. servicemen in germany. the white house isn't calling this a terrorist attack. are they putting our troops at the at risk to be politically correct. >> charlie sheen is teaming up with sean penn. where these two guys are going next. >> and they are going to be winning. everyone has someone to go heart healthy for. who's your someone? campbell's healthy request can help. low cholesterol, zero grams trans fat, and a healthy level of sodium. it's amazing what soup can do. i'm not just someone who's quitting with chantixnd support... our kids go to school together. -we work together. -i'm in your cooking class. welay ball together. [ male annnc ] chantix is a non-nicotine pill proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to oke. and you can even smoke during the first week. quitting on my own never seemed to be enough. this time it was different. this time i was ready. ready to take control ready to talk to my doctor. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinkg or mood, hostility,
rebel forces to advance on the city of tripoli. u.s. is considering the establishment of a no-fly zone to end those airstrikes. >> discovery is spending its final hours in space. discovery is scheduled to touchdown at the kennedy space center in florida late tomorrow morning. the most traveled spacecraft in history ending its 39th mission. discovery will be retired to the smithsonian. two more flights are planned before nasa ends the 30-year-old shuttle program. we now return to on the record with greta. i'm ainsley earhart, thanks for watching. >> greta: is there a loophole in the new health care law? maybe if you live in tennessee. the state's health freedom act is heading to the governor's desk. it says every tennessee resident is tree to or decline services without penalty or -- is free to accept or decline services without penalty or punishment. your bill does this mean you don't have to do that federal mandate is that what your law says? >> that's correct. it states that we have a choice to embrace government health care or to not. it is protected by the state of tennessee govern
? steve i go a physicist with the u.s. >> logical survey joins us on the phone. steve, any way to predict or know whether another quake is coming? a short time ago there's a 6.1 magnitude that struck in the south pacific in the nation of tonga. can these be predicted? >> no. but they can be forecast in a sense. we know that there will be big aftershocks associated with this magnitude 9 quake that occurred last evening. >> greta: i may be the only one in the united states who knows this. what is the difference between a quake and aftershock? >> an aftershock is something that follows a large main shock in the same geographic vicinity. these are a consequence of the earthquake volting that created the original main shock as they reflect the stressors. >> greta: in the last couple of hours there was a report that japan endured another earthquake. was it more appropriately described as an aftershock? >> probably. i don't know where this earthquake occurred. that part of japan is seismicly active. we've recorded more than 100 aftershocks of magnitudes greater than 5 by the u.s. geological sur
of value, they are getting money from the u.s. tax tear. >> maybe it is a waste of money. >> -- maybe it is. but it should be one thing that we as a nation are investing in so we aren't left behind. >> ge would not agree to be interviewed. it means companies are now getting embarrassed about the handouts. 13 years ago when i wanted to confront a business about its freeloading the ceo was so brazen he through me to his headquarters in one of his fancy jets. >> at the time this man was the biggest recipient of handouts, ceo of ethanol maker adm. >> you are pig feeding at the welfare trough. >> why should i care? >> it doesn't bother you? >> not a bit. >> many beneficiaries of corporate welfare believe they are being paid to help the country. what i'm providing is so good that it ought to be subsidized. >> unfortunately, a lot of american companies have become moochers off the government. they go to the government to manipulate the system in their favor. that's not what business and capitalism is about. >> today, unfortunately it is a way for capitalists to freeload. businesses do it. rich ind
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. >> greta: it is absolutely horrible. two u.s. servicemen murdered, gunned down in cold blood at the frankfurt, germany airport. more disturbing news about the alleged killer. "wall street journal" assistant managing editor joins us. tell me, the alleged killer the guy is in custody what do we know about him? >> david crawford has a story on this. this is a very interesting case. this is every terrorist expert's nightmare the lone wolf. somebody who had tangential hl various terrorist websites and had been reading about various things, jihad but acted on his own. not somebody who was planted or pro ed by amosing. -- or propelled by a mosque. he been in germany since the age of one, he's 21-years-old. he had been brought up in the west. but nonetheless felt in affinity for militant islam. >> greta: make me back to the horrible shooting. tell me what happened? >> was a postal worker at the airport. he saw this bus that was carrying soldiers, american soldiers. these were soldiers who were in transit from the u.k. coming through the main operations, very large us air base in germ
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is decided by the u.s. supreme court one way or the other. representative, thank you. >> thank you for having me, good night. >> greta: straight ahead, the best of the rest. what do president obama and charlie sheen have in common? think hard. rush limbaugh says he knows and he's going to tell you, rush is next. >> remember sergeant drew petersen, charged with murdering wife number three found dead if a bathtub and implicated in the disappearance of wife number four. he's getting good news tonight. we'll tell [ male announcer ] to the 5:00 a. scholar. the two trains and a bus rider. the "i'll sleep when it's done" academic. for 80 years, we've been inspireby you. and we've been honored to walk with you to help you get where u want to be. ♪ because your moment is now. let nothing stand in your way. ♪ but these days you need more than the book. you need website develoent, 1-on-1 marketing advice, search-engine marketing, and direct mail. yellowbook's got all of that. yellowbook360's got a whole spectrum of tools. tools that are going to spark some real connections. visit yellowbook360.com a
's fighter jets grounded. qadhafi warns u.s. and nato forces will be entering hell and will drown in blood if they enter his country. >> president obama calling the killing of two airmen at a german airport an outrageous act. the suspected gunman boarded a bus before opening fire. the gunman said to be a german muslim. officials say there is no sign this was a terrorist attack. i'm ainsley earhart. thanks for watching the fox newsç channel. >> greta: governor perry of texas is here. last night he spoke with governor walker of wisconsin. nice to see you. >> good to be with you. >> greta: as head of the republican governors' association the association has come out in support of governor walker in wisconsin. what is your advice for him? how does he get those 14 democrats home? >> i talked to scott last night. he's very focused. very disciplined. that's the key for him. he's standing on principle. he's asking the people of wisconsin, including those union members, to tighten their belts just like people around the dinner table are doing the small businessmen and women are having to tighten
fled. two u.s. warships will pass through the suez canal on wednesday, off the libyan coast as military options will be considered. the unrest in libya has oil prices topping $100 a barrel in early trading overseas. crude briefly going over the $100 mark on the new york exchange on thursday. a $99.63 close, the highest since september of 2008. gas prices continuing to climb. triple-a reporting the national average for a gallon of regular $3.38. i'm ainsley earhardt. back to "on the record." governr rick scott is in washington, d.c., meeting with other governors trying to get people to visit the sunshine state. he went on the record. nice to see you. >> nice to see you. nice being here. >> greta: this is our tourism spot you came to steal our tourists. >> we want all of them to come to florida. we have great weather, beaches, amusement parks, fishing, everything. great oysters, all those things. >> greta: you are hitting cities to attract tourism? >> this week i'm the tourism governor. i'm going here, philadelphia, new york, chicago. we are giving away vacation packages. 82 million visit
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